Sept / Dec / Fed

Does anyone recall the stock market fell 20% from Sept 21, 2018 to Dec 24, 2018? Probably not. Memories are short and there's a lot of water under the bridge since then. Still, the set-up seems similar including Fed blunders based on misreading employment data. Here we go again.

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